Why Invest in Display Homes?

If you are in the market for a new investment opportunity, buying display homes and leasing it back to the builder might be worth considering.
In fact, the tenants are so good there is no need for a property investment manager, so you save on property management fees too. Does this sound too good to be true? Surprisingly, it’s not.

The Benefits of Buying Display Homes

In 2017 more and more investors are discovering the benefits of buying a Display Home and leasing it back to the builder, with guaranteed rent return of 8% for the life of the display village, perfect tenants who keep the place spotless inside and out and a home that boasts the highest quality workmanship.

Display Homes are a popular option for first time investors looking for a ‘sure thing’ and to minimise the risk involved with investing. Therefore, any first time or seasoned investors should definitely consider purchasing a display home as they aren’t easy to find compared to regular investment properties but have the potential to offer impressive returns.

Display Homes as Investments

Below are just a few highlights associated with buying a Display property as an investment:

  • Guaranteed tenant or the life span of the display village
  • High rental return
  • All bills associated with property paid by builder (i.e. Rates, water, etc.)
  • Highest quality build as the builder is keen to showcase their work
  • Depreciation can still be claimed
  • Gardens and all outdoor areas will be landscaped and maintained
  • If the home is part of a display village, the investment property will be surrounded by quality homes on an attractive street.
  • Likely to attract quality tenants and a premium rent once the builder moves out
  • No need for a property manager so you save on management fees
  • Home professionally cleaned weekly

DISCLAIMER: This information is of a general nature only and does not constitute professional advice. We strongly recommend that you seek your own professional advice in relation to your circumstances.

Renee Carty

Renee Carty

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